Raiders General Manager Reggie McKenzie's son soon becomes boss, and a Raiders is not happy about it.
Former Raiders Corner Charles Woodson told McKenzie after the Chiefs drafted Kahlil McKenzie it's just not right for a young man with the silver and black in his blood to put on red and gold.
"I got a text from Charles Woodson, who told me, 'Your son needs to retire, he can not turn that red helmet upside down,' Reggie McKenzie said, 'Part of me felt well, but in all seriousness it is a good opportunity for him and I hoped he would end up in a position that would put him in that position. He can play D-tackle, but I think he could be special in the offensive line. There we wanted to play him. "
Kahlil McKenzie, in turn, swore to whip his dad's team and is perhaps sixth, but McKenzie is already in the middle of one of the NFL's best rivalries.